International Philosophy Colloquia Evian
20th Colloquium 2014 - Evian, 13-19 juillet 2014

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The French-German Philosophy-Colloquium was founded in 1995 by Thomas Bedorf (Bochum), Peter Keicher (Karlsruhe) and Nicolas Gaillard (Paris). Since then nineteen colloquia have taken place: in Alfred-Delp Haus, Berlin (1995) and in Bourgogne's Pontigny Abbey (1996); and, since 1997, in the Centre Jean Foa on Lake Geneva (Evian). Scholars in philosophy from France, Germany and other countries have organized the colloquia since 1996. Each year the colloquium has had a different theme, but continuity has nonetheless been maintained both with regard to the themes and the organization of the colloquium. Each new theme is selected in such a way as to take up questions relevant to previous colloquia. Here are the themes of the previous years:

2013 Disagreement
2012 Contingency Chance, Luck, Haphazardness
2011 Individuals - Individualism - Individuality
2010 Art
2009 Conditions of Freedom
2008 What is Second Nature? - Reason, History, Institutions
2007 Experience and Experiences
2006 The Structure of Reflection - Self-Consciousness and Critique
2005 The Question of Normativity
2004 Sociality and Recognition
2003 What is a Human Being?
2002 What is Practice (Use): Constitution or Subversion?
2001 Intersubjectivity: Role and Scope of a Philosophical Concept
2000 Thinking Materiality: Body, Language, Event
1999 Who Speaks? The Subject and Languages
1998 The Work of Critique and the Persistence of Crisis
1997 The Political (in) Philosophy
1996 The Other of Philosophy
1995 Intellectual Passports for Philosophers?

 

Organisation: Georg W. Bertram (Berlin), Robin Celikates (Amsterdam), David Lauer (Berlin). In cooperation with: Alessandro Bertinetto (Udine), Karen Feldman (Berkeley), Jo-Jo Koo (Dickinson), Christophe Laudou (Madrid), Claire Pagès (Paris), Diane Perpich (Clemson), Hans Bernhard Schmid (Wien), Contact: evian@philosophie.fu-berlin.de